Incredibly thought-provoking story. Intelligently written without a hint of pretension. Many parts of the story serve as a backdrop for rational discussion regarding the beliefs and faith of scientists and religious practitioners.
Conversations between Dr. Eroway and Palmer Joss.
Well-paced. Bad accents. Perfect for Dr. Eroway's voice
A couple laugh-out-loud and "aha!" moments.
How did i miss this one!? I would've loved to hear this book when I was younger, but as a twentysomething in the age of post-Harry Potter and Wheel of Time fantasy 'boy-hero' epics, this was a breath of fresh air that was totally engrossing and enjoyable! My only complaint is that with the cast of readers, they tend to switch narrators at seemingly random moments. Other than that, I would still recommend this book 100%!
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